Wednesday 11 February 2015

Wood You Be Mine? :)

Each week at Colour Me...! we will have a creative colour challenge for you to get crafty and show us your best greeting cards, 3D projects, scrapbooking, digital or traditional paper crafts, costumes, etc. Only the colours we indicate may be used for your project. Neutrals such as black, gray, white, vanilla, skin colours and kraft are also welcome.

This week we are using...! Have fun :)

Our challenge ends on Mondays at 12:00 pm (EST). We have a few rules to keep things fun and fair!
  • Any type of paper crafty projects are welcome - greeting cards, 3D projects, scrapbooking, digital or traditional paper crafts, costumes, if it's craft we want to see it!
  • We ask that you only use the colours listed for your project and of course neutrals are always welcome.
  • Feel free to combine us with up to 3 challenges (including ours), with the exception of other colour challenges.
  • Please add our graphic to your blog with a link back to us. 
  • We reserve the right to remove any links if we feel any material submitted is offensive or found to be in poor taste, we are all here to have a good time!
  • HAVE FUN!!!

I am also entering this card in the Valentine theme challenges over at All Sorts Challenge, Watercooler Challenge as well as Just Us Girls :)

My Card:

Take the time to let your creativity bloom!

Card Recipe

Card Stock: Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla & Adventure Bound DSP Stack
Inks: Cherry Cobbler, Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities, Pink Pirouette Blendabilities, Skin Tone Blendabilities, Smokey Slate Blendabilities & Tuxedo Black
Stamps: Wood You Be Mine
Embellishments: n/a
Tools: Wood Grain Embossing Folder

While you are surfing around in blog land why not stop by and say hello to the rest of the Colour Me...! Team :)

And our FABulous Featured Guest Designer for the month of February

Cornelia W


  1. This is so funny! Love those stacks of wood - so fitting for that burly guy!

  2. Hi Hayley, what a great card! Love the way you've divided the stacked wood into three separate squares. That's very effective. Your little woodcutter certainly has been busy! Great use of those hearts as well. Thanks so much for joining us this week for the Watercooler Challenge.

  3. Fab card, thanks for joining us at Allsorts, xxx

  4. This guy looks fabulous all dressed up in pink and red! I love how you incorporated the wood dsp too!

  5. This is so clever! I love the wood pile you've created for your lumberjack! And his pink plaid shirt is pretty neat, too!
    Thanks for joining us this week at Just Us Girls and Happy Valentine's Day!

  6. What a perfect combination of colour, dsp and stamp images for this delightful Valentine card. I really love how the wood dsp is cut into smaller blocks. Great card!

  7. Such creativity! Using the wood grain embossing, wood DSP, with stamp set! Just adorable! xo Julia

  8. I just got this handsome fella too, Hayley! And only a manly man (or a man with an axe) can pull off a pink shirt, LOL! Love it!

  9. So cute! Great use of the dsp, and I love his shirt!

  10. thank you so much for entering our challenge at Allsorts this week with your project and good luck!

  11. I like how you broke up the wood in your design.

  12. This card is soooo cute! Love that sentiment and lumberjack, and the wood pile dp is perfect with them! Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls!

  13. I like what you have done with this stamp set!

  14. Any man who can wear pink is good in my book! Love your layout here.

  15. So super cute! Love the logs on their own little squares. Great design.

  16. I just love the log paper! So appropriate for your card. Adorable!

  17. Haley, I love this fun card, with the logs DSP. It all goes together so well!! Thank you for participating in the Watercoolerchallenge and sharing your cute card.